Dunedin GCL Update

By on July 9, 2014
EDDIE MICHELS PHOTO

EDDIE MICHELS PHOTO

DUNEDIN, FLA.–First round pick in this years draft Max Pentecost (right) got a surprise souvenir from his first pro game prior to Tuesday nights GCL game at Florida Auto Exchange Stadium.  After Monday nights GCL game between the Blue Jays and Phillies at Bright House Networks Field in Clearwater Al Mead (left) secured the game ball for Pentecost and presented it to him.  Pentecost was all smiles when Mead handed him the ball.   

Pentecost was 5 for 5 Tuesday night with two doubles and two RBI.

Max Pentecost delivers his first professional hit (Eddie Michels photo)

Max Pentecost delivers his first professional hit (Eddie Michels photo)

Pentecost beats the throw on his first hit (Eddie Michels photo)

Pentecost beats the throw on his first hit (Eddie Michels photo)

Max Pentecost scores his first run (Eddie Michels photo)

Max Pentecost scores his first run (Eddie Michels photo)

Blue Jays first rounder, ninth overall, RHP Jeff Hoffman (Tommy John Surgery) watches Tuesday's GCL game between the Phillies and Blue Jays at Florida Auto Exchange Stadium.  Because of the surgery Hoffman probably won't pitch until the end of Instructional League play in 2015. (Eddie MIchels/Photo)

Blue Jays first rounder, ninth overall, RHP Jeff Hoffman (Tommy John Surgery) watches Tuesday’s GCL game between the Phillies and Blue Jays at Florida Auto Exchange Stadium. Because of the surgery Hoffman probably won’t pitch until the end of Instructional League play in 2015. (Eddie MIchels/Photo)

Toronto Blue Jays prospect Roberto Osuna tossed a no hit inning in his first rehab start since "Tommy John Surgery" last July.  Facing the Phillies in a Rookie Level GCL game Tuesday Osuna struck out two on 14-pitches with a consistent 95-97 MPH fastball.  According to Osuna afterwards he said he felt fine and will pitch again on Saturday. (Eddie MIchels/Photo)

Toronto Blue Jays prospect Roberto Osuna tossed a no hit inning in his first rehab start since “Tommy John Surgery” last July. Facing the Phillies in a Rookie Level GCL game Tuesday Osuna struck out two on 14-pitches with a consistent 95-97 MPH fastball. According to Osuna afterwards he said he felt fine and will pitch again on Saturday. (Eddie MIchels/Photo)

 

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